The Gracefield Incident

The Gracefield Incident

On August 16, 2013, the Supreme Court mandated the CIA to declassify files that had been kept secret for the past 75 years. Visual records of documented paranormal events were released to the public. The following incident took place in Gracefield, Quebec.

Matthew Donovan, a video game editor, embeds an iPhone camera into his prosthetic eye to document a weekend with friends in a luxurious mountaintop cabin. Instead, he is witness to the nightmarish aftermath of a meteorite crash. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Gracefield Incident torrent reviews

Private U (mx) wrote: love the movie want to buy

Greg F (us) wrote: A disappointment - hoping for more.

Alexander C (es) wrote: Would like to get round to watching.

Brian G (au) wrote: By now I've come to expect what's in store for Tarantino films, but his directorial debut with Reservoir Dogs proves that a decent script that flows rather nicely can overcome the shear brutality inside this caper-gone-wrong story.

Kate S (kr) wrote: The ending seemed a bit contrived but Dano was completely believable as a neurotic childhood "genius" author and the chemistry between the real life couple was obvious on screen.

Heather M (de) wrote: Garcia and Farmiga were adorable together. The day they spend together will change them for the rest of their lives, but what a tragic ending for their love story.

Jonny B (kr) wrote: I heard they remade this and I was pissed off, as per usual, but after watching 'Mother's Day' again it might not be a bad idea to remake it. 'Mother's Day' is essentially the spawn of 'Last House on the Left' and 'I Spit On Your Grave' but doesn't work. The moments of perverse humour are rare and the whole set-up fails to add a shred of suspense. The best part to the films that 'Mother's Day' tries to emulate all have great revenge scenes in the third-act but in 'Mother's Day' the revenge aspect is meager. To say this is one of Troma's best films really isn't saying much. Sadly not the cult classic I remembered liking.